Please enjoy the following television and print news stories profiling our programs and services.
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WPTZ TV – St. Joseph’s Expands in Face of Opioid Epidemic (click link below)
WCAX TV – Grant to Help Addiction Treatment in the Adirondacks (click link below)
LPCA Exhibit Showcases How Some Use Art for Healing (click link below)
In My opinion – Encourage Increased State Budget Resources to Battle Opioid Epidemic – Plattsburgh Press Republican / Bob Ross, St. Joseph’s CEO
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of prescription medications in combination with behavioral therapy and counseling that has proven to be effective in the treatment of opioid use disorder and alcohol use disorder. In inpatient settings it is prescribed to stabilize individuals, and prepare them for reentry into society,
Rose Hill Adolescent Addiction Treatment Program, of St. Joseph’s Addiction Treatment & Recovery Centers, announces the expansion of its 12 – 15-year-old treatment capacity from seven beds to 14 beds. “Rose Hill is working with New York State’s Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) to care for the
The United States Surgeon General, Dr. Jerome M. Adams, issued a national advisory Thursday urging more Americans to keep on hand and learn how to use the drug naloxone, which can save the lives of people overdosing on opioids. Naloxone has already revived thousands of overdose victims as the opioid
Addiction is a disease not just of individuals, but of families and communities as well. National studies about addiction have shown that for each addicted person, seven other individuals are affected – family members, employers, health care professionals, law enforcement personnel, those in the criminal justice system, and so on.
Most of us enjoy a meal at least once a day, if not the recommended three times. Addicts typically do not. If you are obsessed with a substance, and compulsive about its use, eating is not a priority. Given ten-dollars and a choice between a meal and a fix, addicts
Every Monday night at eight o’clock some of the Rose Hill residents, along with members of the local recovery community meet for the Silver Dollar AA Meeting. Some nights turn out is relatively small, but that is okay because for some of our residents it is their first exposure to
At the end of the Rose Hill Adolescent Treatment Center’s drive, four clients and a counselor are gathered, even though it is only 7 degrees. As they shiver a bit in their winter jackets, one of the clients places a painted rock on the stone wall that lines the drive.